Video: Superb Dens Park footage emerges as Celtic celebrate big 3 points with supporters
The Celtic players and management staff have again moved to grow closer with the supporters as they took part in full-time celebrations at Dens Park.
As has become a trend since the win up in Aberdeen last month, Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic have taken to lauding their fans after every away result. The Hoops made it 5 consecutive away wins on the bounce with today’s 4-2 victory at Dens, and it’s clear the supporters were left buzzing with what their heroes showed.
And as is the norm now, the Celtic playing staff were quick to celebrate with their fans post-match:
Braces from Jota and Kyogo ensured Celtic headed back to Glasgow with the 3 points intact. The win moves us to within 1 point of Rangers, who face Ross County at Ibrox today.
It also rounds off a hugely successful month for Celtic in which they’ve managed to secure 6 wins in 7 matches in all competitions since the previous break. Only Livingston have denied us success since the October internationals.
Celtic will face off against St Johnstone in the Premier Sports Cup semi-finals in their first match after the upcoming break.
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Celtic secure a big win; no dropped points remains a must
Credit to Celtic for what was a superb result and performance this afternoon. And let’s not pretend it wasn’t under huge pressure either.
Rangers will likely overcome County today. The win does add some extra pressure onto our Glasgow rivals. However, had we failed to get the job done, there would’ve been nothing surer than a convincing victory for Steven Gerrard’s side.
Celtic have managed to halt going more than 4 points behind heading into the internationals. That means that since the October break, we’ve managed to reduce the gap by 2 points at least.
That’s big for Postecoglou and the club as a whole. It shows real progress over the last 4 weeks or so. Let’s not forget that many were worrying that the title race was going to be over at Pittodrie had we failed to get the points there.
Things are looking up and Celtic are playing some wonderful, free-flowing football in the final third. Finally it’s being backed up by results, and this is now a situation we all would’ve taken last month.
Now, it’s going to be intriguing to see how we push on from here. Momentum remains with us even after those dropped points to Livi last week. Hopefully, another big months is coming after international duty.